OSPOLY Matriculation Ceremony 2023/2024: Secure Your Future | April 16

Are you ready to mark the start of your academic journey at Osun State Polytechnic (OSPOLY) for the 2023/2024 session? The Matriculation Ceremony is just around the corner, set for Tuesday, 16th April 2024, at the ETF Hall. This pivotal event is not just a formal induction but a gateway to your future. Remember, participation is mandatory for all duly registered HNDI, NDI, and NCEI students – a rite of passage you wouldn’t want to miss!

Osun State Polytechnic (OSPOLY) Iree Matriculation Ceremony

The Osun State Polytechnic (OSPOLY) is poised to welcome its new HNDI, NDI, and NCEI students into the 2023/2024 academic session through its upcoming Matriculation Ceremony. This pivotal event marks the official induction of new students into the polytechnic’s vibrant academic community. Set to take place on Tuesday, 16th April 2024, at 11 a.m. in the ETF Hall, this ceremony is an essential rite of passage for every student embarking on their educational journey at OSPOLY.

Event Date 📅 Tuesday, 16th April 2024, 11 a.m.
Location 📍 ETF Hall, Osun State Polytechnic
Participants 👩‍🎓👨‍🎓 HNDI, NDI, NCEI students
Registration Deadline 🛑 Monday, 15th April 2024
Gown Collection 🎓 Available from 15th April 2024
Gown Return 🔄 Return by 17th April 2024
Late Return Fine 💸 N1000.00 per day
Ceremony Importance 🌟 Mandatory for admission and continuation of studentship

Key Details of the Matriculation Ceremony

Date and Venue

  • Date: Tuesday, 16th April 2024
  • Time: 11 a.m.
  • Venue: ETF Hall, Osun State Polytechnic

Mandatory Participation

  • Participation in the Matriculation Ceremony is mandatory for all students who have duly registered by Monday, 15th April 2024. It’s important to note that registration is a prerequisite for matriculation, and failure to register by this date implies forfeiture of admission and studentship.

Academic Gowns Collection

  • Collection Date: Starting from Monday, 15th April 2024
  • Students can collect their academic gowns from their respective Faculty Officers. This is a crucial part of the ceremony, as the academic gown symbolises your formal induction into the polytechnic’s academic community.

Return of Academic Gowns

  • Return Deadline: By close of work on Wednesday, 17th April 2024
  • It is imperative that all academic gowns are returned to the Faculty Officers by the stipulated deadline. Failure to comply with this directive will result in a fine of N1,000.00 for each day of delay. Please be aware that this fine is subject to increase and may lead to further sanctions.

Making the Most of Your Matriculation

The Matriculation Ceremony is not only a formal event but also an opportunity to celebrate your entry into higher education. It’s a day to recognise your hard work and dedication that has led to this moment. Here are a few tips to ensure you make the most of this significant day:

  • Prepare Early: Ensure you have completed all necessary registration processes before the deadline.
  • Collect Your Gown on Time: Avoid any last-minute rush by collecting your academic gown as soon as it becomes available.
  • Capture the Moment: This is a milestone in your academic journey. Take photographs and cherish these memories with your peers and family.
  • Familiarise Yourself with the Venue: Locate the ETF Hall ahead of time to avoid any confusion on the day of the ceremony.

A Warm Welcome Awaits You

As you prepare to embark on this new phase of your academic journey, the Osun State Polytechnic community looks forward to welcoming you. The Matriculation Ceremony signifies the beginning of your journey towards academic and personal development. We wish you a memorable and joyous ceremony and a successful and enriching academic session ahead.

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